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Light colored creamware versus darker colored creamware

Light creamware versus darker creamware image.

Molded Rim Motifs -



18AN39 Saunders Point
c. 1720-1800


18BC27  Federal Reserve
Feature 26 –  Late 18th to early
19th century privy pit


18BC32 H & S Bakery

Creamware cup with beaded rim from 18AN39. Royal rim plate, 10.5” rim diameter. Royal rim plate, 10.5 inch rim diameter from 18BC27-Federal Reserve. Molded rim plate with painted underglaze accents in green and brown. Underglaze painting began to be used in the 1770s (Barker and Halfpenny 1990:71).  Molded rim plate with painted underglaze accents in green and brown from 18BC32 H & S Bakery. Underglaze painting began to be used in the 1770s (Barker and Halfpenny 1990:71).

Creamware cup with beaded rim.

Royal rim plate, 10.5” rim diameter. Note the cutlery scratches in the plate well.

Molded rim plate with painted underglaze
accents in green and brown. Underglaze
painting began to be used in the 1770s
(Barker and Halfpenny 1990:71).


_____________________ 18PR175 Oxon Hill_____________________


Feather edged plate rim sherd, vessel #6165, from 18PR175 Oxon Hill.   Rim sherds with molded decoration  from 18PR175 Oxon Hill. This pattern may represent early 19th-century creamware produced in Liverpool. Rim sherds with molded decoration, vessel # 6163 (left) and 6162 (right)  from 18PR175 Oxon Hill. This pattern may represent early 19th-century creamware produced in Liverpool.

Feather edged plate rim sherd, paste shot
on right, vessel #6165

Rim sherds with molded decoration.

Rim sherds with molded decoration, vessel # 6163 (left) and 6162 (right).

These two patterns may represent early 19th-century creamware produced in Liverpool.


Antietam Furnace 18WA288/46


 


Hanley 7

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in
Staffordshire, England


Feather edge creamware plate. Feather edge creamware plate.   Feather edge and fluted bowl, 12” rim diameter.  Unglazed biscuit fired creamware. Feather edge and fluted bowl, 12” rim diameter.  Unglazed biscuit fired creamware.

Feather edge creamware plate.


Feather edge and fluted bowl, 12” rim diameter.  Unglazed biscuit fired creamware.


Hanley 9

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England
Royal or Queen’s shape rim – not big enough sherd to determine. Royal or Queen’s shape rim sherd from Hanley 9 site, collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England, not big enough sherd to determine which. Glazed and unglazed examples with Diamond beaded border (Cox 2005). The glazed example (left) is a plate and the unglazed example (right) is a dish (platter).       Glazed and unglazed examples with Diamond beaded border (Cox 2005). The glazed example (left) is a plate and the unglazed example (right) is a dish (platter) collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England. Glazed and unglazed examples with Diamond beaded border (Cox 2005). The glazed example (left) is a plate and the unglazed example (right) is a dish (platter). Glazed and unglazed examples with Diamond beaded border (Cox 2005). The glazed example (left) is a plate and the unglazed example (right) is a dish (platter) collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England.
Royal or Queen’s shape rim – sherd
not large enough to determine.

Diamond beaded border (Cox  2005).

Glazed and unglazed examples. The glazed example (left) is a plate
and the unglazed example (right) is a dish (platter).


Neale & Co. and Wilson (1778-1816)

Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986


Creamware shallow dish, royal rim.



  Scalloped rim creamware plate, 10.5” rim diameter.

Creamware shallow dish, royal rim.
    

 

Scalloped rim creamware plate,
10.5” rim diameter.

 

Plain unmolded rim plate, 10” rim diameter.   Creamware oval dish/platter, plain rim.

Plain unmolded rim plate, 10” rim diameter.

 

Creamware oval dish/platter, plain rim.

Sprig Molding -


Hanley 9

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire


Clouded ware, sprig molded.              c. 1775 teapot by William Greatbatch, pictured in Barker and Halfpenny 1990:39.

                  Clouded ware, sprig molded. On right, c. 1775 teapot by William Greatbatch, pictured in Barker and Halfpenny 1990:39.

Sprig molding was often used in conjunction with clouded or tortoiseshell glazes (Barker and Halfpenny 1990:36).  Perhaps
similar to the c. 1775 teapot, shown on right, by William Greatbatch, pictured in Barker and Halfpenny 1990:39.

UndecoratedCreamware -


18BC27 – Federal Reserve

Feature 16 –  Mid-18th- to early
19th-century privy pit




Hanley 7

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire

Undecorated creamware (CC) baker, 10” rim diameter from 18BC27.

Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire.Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire.


Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire.Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire.

Undecorated creamware (CC) baker,
10” rim diameter.
Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases.

Neale & Co. and Wilson (1778-1816)

Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986

Possible toy saucer, 2.75” diameter. A 1795 order for the firm of Josiah Wedgwood included “Toy Tea Sets” (Mankowitz: 37) - collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Oval baker with plain, unmolded rim. Vessel measures approximately 6.5” by 5” by 1” tall - collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Common shape undecorated bowl, 4.5” rim diameter - collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Possible toy saucer, 2.75” diameter.  A 1795 order for the firm of Josiah Wedgwood included “Toy Tea Sets” (Mankowitz 1980: 37).

Oval baker with plain, unmolded rim. Vessel measures approximately 6.5” by 5” by 1” tall.

Common shape undecorated bowl,
4.5” rim diameter.


18ST642 NAVAIR


18ST747
Lot 190.3



Courtesy Naval District Washington, Naval Air Station Patuxent River
Undecorated creamware mug that has been mended from 18ST642-NAVAIR.Undecorated creamware mug that has been mended from 18ST642-NAVAIR.Undecorated creamware mug that has been mended from 18ST642-NAVAIR.   
Creamware flat vessel, probably plate, with impressed mark “D D & Co.”.  David Dunderdale & Company, 1970-1821. Creamware flat vessel, probably plate, with impressed mark “D D & Co.”.  David Dunderdale & Company, 1790-1821.
Undecorated creamware mug. Creamware flat vessel, probably plate, with impressed mark
"D D & Co." David Dunderdale & Company, 1790-1821.

UnderglazePainting -

Overglaze Enamels -


Private Collection


18AN39 Saunder’s Point


Creamware teapot, painted with blue underglaze Chinoiserie motif. Dated 1777, from Private Collection. Creamware teapot, painted with blue underglaze Chinoiserie motif. Dated 1777, from Private Collection. Saucer painted overglaze in floral motif in red, yellow and brown from 18AN39. Saucer painted overglaze in floral motif in red, yellow and brown from 18AN39.
Creamware teapot, painted with blue underglaze Chinoiserie motif. 
Dated 1777.
Saucer painted overglaze in floral motif in red, yellow and brown.

18BC27  Federal Reserve

Feature 26 –  Late 18th to early 19th century privy pit
Teapot lid with enamelled floral motif in red and green. 3.00” rim diameter from 18BC27. Unidentified hollow vessel sherd with enamelled leaf motif in green and red from 18BC27 Saucer painted overglaze in red and brown from 18BC27.

Teapot lid with enamelled floral motif in red
and green.  3.00” rim diameter.

Unidentified hollow vessel with enamelled
leaf motif in green and red.

Saucer painted overglaze in red and brown.


18BC33  Federal Site/Block 1370
Feature 14 Privy (filled c. 1830s with
garbage from an earlier household)



Hanley 7


Hanley 9

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire

Overglaze printed creamware chamberpot.  Scratches through the printed motif are visible on the interior base of the vessel. Rim diameter:  8.0”; Base diameter:  4.75” - from 18BC33.
Overglaze painted blue band on rim, unidentifed vessel from HanleySite-Staffordshire, England. Overglaze painted blue band on rim, unidentifed vessel from HanleySite-Staffordshire, England. Overglaze painted scalloped border motif in blue. Probable tureen lid from HanleySite-Staffordshire England. Overglaze painted scalloped border motif in blue. Probable tureen lid from HanleySite-Staffordshire England.

Overglaze printed creamware chamberpot.
  Scratches through the printed motif are
visible on the interior base of the vessel. Rim
diameter:  8.0”; Base diameter:  4.75”

Overglaze painted blue band on rim,
unidentifed vessel.

One of Josiah Wedgwood’s clients ordered
a set of tableware in 1784 that was described
as “Blue broad and fine line edge”
(Buten 1980:20).

Overglaze painted scalloped border
motif in blue.  Probable tureen lid.

Neale & Co. and Wilson (1778-1816)

Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986



Saucer, overglaze painted in black and yellow in Greek Key or fret motif (Mankowitz p. 39), collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.Saucer, overglaze painted in black and yellow in Greek Key or fret motif (Mankowitz p. 39), collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Bowl with interior rim painted in brown enamelled “egg and dart” or “ egg and tongue” motif, 12.5” rim diameter  collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.Bowl with interior rim painted in brown enamelled “egg and dart” or “ egg and tongue” motif, 12.5” rim diameter collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Common shape cup, 3.5” rim diameter, painted in brown enamelled motif collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Common shape cup, 3.5” rim diameter, painted in brown enamelled motif collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.  Saucer, 5.0” rim diameter, painted in brown enamelled motif collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Saucer, overglaze painted in black and yellow
in Greek Key or fret motif (Mankowitz 1980:
39), 5.5” rim diameter.

Bowl with interior rim painted in brown
enamelled “egg and dart” or “ egg and tongue” motif,  12.5” rim diameter.

Pattern conforms most closely
to #149 (page 907).

Common shape cup, 3.5” rim diameter and saucer, 5.0” rim diameter, painted in brown
enamelled motif.

Pattern conforms most closely
to #273 (page 928).

Above two patterns are almost identical to enamelled patterns shown in undated “Enamelled
Table Service Drawing Book” illustrated in Leeds book, beginning page 521.
Cup, painted in leaf and berry motif in overglaze enamels collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Bowl, painted on exterior in black underglaze geometric motif, 7.5” rim diameter) collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Oval hollow form, probable tureen, with painted overglaze brown bands collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Cup, painted in leaf and berry motif in
overglaze enamels.

 

Bowl, painted  on exterior in black underglaze geometric motif, 7.5” rim diameter.

Oval hollow form, probable tureen, with
painted overglaze brown bands.

Oval baker with brown enamelled rim border collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.   Saucer with brown enamelled rim border, 6.5” rim diameter collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Oval baker with brown enamelled rim border.

 

Saucer with brown enamelled rim border,
6.5” rim diameter.


Leeds Pattern Book


Enamelled Table Service Drawing Book, Plate 904 n.d., from Leeds Pattern Book.



Leeds Pattern Book

Enamelled Table Service Drawing Book, Plate 915 n.d., from Leeds Pattern Book.

Enamelled Table Service Drawing
Book, Plate 904  n.d.

The Leeds Pottery (partial page). Leeds Local Studies Library. Published in Griffin 2005:526.

 

Enamelled Table Service Drawing
Book, Plate 915  n.d.

The Leeds Pottery (partial page). Leeds Local Studies Library. Published in Griffin 2005:530.


Printed Overglaze -



18AN39 Saunders Point

Mid-18th- century cellar feature



____________ 18PR175 Oxon Hill ____________

Overglaze printed creamware  teapot sherds from 18AN39. Bat transfer printed body sherds, vessel #6212 from 18PR175. Bat transfer printed body sherds, vessel #6213 from 18PR175.

Overglaze printed creamware teapot sherds .

Bat transfer printed body sherds,
vessel #6212.

Bat transfer printed body sherds,
vessel #6213.


Dipt Wares -


________________ Private Collection _______________


Engine turned creamware mug with green rouletted bands- c. 1800 from a Private collection.   Creamware pitcher with sprig molded designs on a marbleized variegated surface - Private collection.

Engine turned creamware mug with green
rouletted bands. c. 1800.

 

Creamware pitcher with sprig molded designs
on a marbleized variegated surface.

Uncommon or Specialized Vessel Forms -


__________________ Hanley 5 _________________

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England


Top view of unglazed waster spoon bowl Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England. Side view of unglazed waster spoon bowl Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England.

Illustration from Griffin 2005:130 Shown as teaspoon or mustard spoon (Number 129) in Leeds Pottery book first published in 1783 and reprinted in 1794.

 

Top View          

Side View  Illustration from Griffin 2005:130

Unglazed spoon bowl.  Shown as teaspoon or mustard spoon (Number 129) in
Leeds Pottery book first published in 1783 and reprinted in 1794 (Griffin 2005:130).

 

Molded creamware dolphin body collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England, possibly part of candlestick similar to one shown (middle) in 1794 edition of Designs of Sundry Articles of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware. Could also be part of a tazza (right). Leeds Example p. 128 of Dolphin body candlestick. Dolphin Tazza shown on right from http://www.historicfood.com/

Molded dolphin body  

Leeds Example p. 128

http://www.historicfood.com/moulds.htm

Molded dolphin body.  Possibly part of candlestick similar to one shown (middle) in 1794 edition of Designs of Sundry Articles
of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware.  Could also be part of a tazza (right).


Hanley 7

Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England


  Small mold – jelly, blancmange or flummery collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England. Small mold – jelly, blancmange or flummery collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England.

Small mold – jelly, blancmange or flummery.


Neale & Co. and Wilson (1778-1816)

Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986

Unidentified hollow form with a rolled rim, 5” rim diameter collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Unidentified hollow vessel, 4.5” rim diameter. Possible butter tub (P, 182 leeds book volume I) or top pan for a veilleuse 9 see Buten Wedgwood book page 50 collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Small mold – jelly, blancmange or flummery collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Unidentified hollow form with a rolled rim,
5” rim diameter.

Unidentified hollow vessel, 4.5” rim diameter.
Possible butter tub or top pan for a veilleuse.

 

Small mold – jelly, blancmange or flummery.

Unidentified hollow vessel with strainer and spout, 8” rim diameter. Note footring at base of vessel in right photo. Dairy ware – cheese making? Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.     Unidentified hollow vessel with strainer and spout, 8” rim diameter. Note footring at base of vessel in right photo. Dairy ware – cheese making? Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.

Dairy cream separator.19th century Irish dairy creamer. 19th century Irish dairy creamer. Dairy cream separator. Milk strainer pail c. 1870s
Dairy cream separator.  |  19th c. Irish dairy creamer. |  Milk strainer pail c. 1870s.

Milk strainer pail c. 1870s

Unidentified hollow vessel with strainer and spout, 8” rim diameter.
Note footring at base of vessel in right photo.
Possible dairy ware for cheese making. (See examples on right)

Castleford or Don Pottery books.
REPRINTED IN DIANA ROUSSEL EDWARDS BOOK

 

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http://www.onlinegalleries.com/art-and-antiques/detail/large-19th-
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Eye Cup, example on right shown on page 148 of Leeds book - Designs of Sundry Articles of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware (1814 edition). #216 , Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.   Eye Cup from page 148 of Leeds book - Designs of Sundry Articles of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware (1814 edition). #216 Small ladle, 2.0” diameter. Probably for gravy or sauce. Possibly like the illustration on the right.Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.
Top view
Small ladle, 2.0” diameter. Probably for gravy or sauce. Possibly like the illustration on the right. Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986 Small ladle, 2.0” diameter. Probably for gravy or sauce. Possibly like the illustration on the right.Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.
Side view


Small ladle, 2.0” diameter. Probably for gravy or sauce. Possibly like the illustration on the right.Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Small ladle, 2.0” diameter. Probably for gravy or sauce. Possibly like the illustration on the right.Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Illustration from 1790 Wedgwood catalogue (Mankowitz).



Eye Cup, example on right shown on page 148 of Leeds book -
Designs of Sundry Articles of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware (1814 edition).  #216

Small ladle, 2.0” diameter.  Probably for gravy or sauce.
Possibly like the illustration on the right.

Illustration from 1790 Wedgwood catalogue (Mankowitz 1980).

 

Possible basket stand. Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.        Illustration from Wedgwood 1790 catalogue of creamware shapes. Mankowitz : plate 6.

Possible basket stand.

 Round hollow vessel, 2.75” rim diameter. Probable sweetmeat dish. Possibly similar
to illustration on right. Sweetmeat dish illustration from Wedgwood
1790 catalogue of creamware shapes. (Mankowitz 1980: plate 6).


Ridgway & Abington, 1848-1860

Collected by George Miller at site of Ridgway and Abington in Hanley in 1986


Undecorated, oval dish with straight sides, 1.5” tall. Possibly a dish for potted meat. Collected by George Miller at site of Ridgway and Abington in Hanley in 1986.

Undecorated, oval dish with straight sides, 1.5” tall.  Possibly a dish for potted meat.


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Undecorated creamware mug that has been mended from 18ST642-NAVAIR. Undecorated creamware mug that has been mended from 18ST642-NAVAIR. Undecorated creamware mug that has been mended from 18ST642-NAVAIR. Light creamware versus darker creamware image. Feather edged plate rim sherd, vessel #6165, from 18PR175 Oxon Hill. Rim sherds with molded decoration from 18PR175 Oxon Hill. This pattern may represent early 19th-century creamware produced in Liverpool. Rim sherds with molded decoration, vessel #6163 (left) and 6162 (right) from 18PR175 Oxon Hill. This pattern may represent early 19th-century creamware produced in Liverpool. Creamware shallow dish, royal rim collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Scalloped rim creamware plate, 10.5” rim diameter. Plain unmolded rim plate, 10” rim diameter. Creamware oval dish/platter, plain rim. Clouded ware, sprig molded - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire. c. 1775 teapot by William Greatbatch, pictured in Barker and Halfpenny 1990:39. Undecorated creamware (CC) baker, 10” rim diameter from 18BC27. Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire. Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire. Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire. Sauce boats with potter’s sizes on the bases. 1814 price fixings list – see miller’s coates article - collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire. Possible toy saucer, 2.75” diameter. A 1795 order for the firm of Josiah Wedgwood included “Toy Tea Sets” (Mankowitz: 37) - collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Oval baker with plain, unmolded rim. Vessel measures approximately 6.5” by 5” by 1” tall - collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Common shape undecorated bowl, 4.5” rim diameter - collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Teapot lid with enamelled floral motif in red and green. 3.00” rim diameter from 18BC27. Unidentified hollow vessel sherd with enamelled leaf motif in green and red from 18BC27. Saucer painted overglaze in red and brown from 18BC27. Saucer, overglaze painted in black and yellow in Greek Key or fret motif (Mankowitz p. 39), collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Saucer, overglaze painted in black and yellow in Greek Key or fret motif (Mankowitz p. 39), collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Bowl with interior rim painted in brown enamelled “egg and dart” or “ egg and tongue” motif, 12.5” rim diameter  collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Bowl with interior rim painted in brown enamelled “egg and dart” or “ egg and tongue” motif, 12.5” rim diameter collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986.  Saucer, 5.0” rim diameter, painted in brown enamelled motif collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Cup, painted in leaf and berry motif in overglaze enamels collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Bowl, painted on exterior in black underglaze geometric motif, 7.5” rim diameter) collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Oval hollow form, probable tureen, with painted overglaze brown bands collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Oval baker with brown enamelled rim border collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Saucer with brown enamelled rim border, 6.5” rim diameter collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Enamelled Table Service Drawing Book, Plate 904 n.d., from Leeds Pattern Book. Enamelled Table Service Drawing Book, Plate 915 n.d., from Leeds Pattern Book. Overglaze printed creamware  teapot sherds from 18AN39. Bat transfer printed body sherds, vessel #6212 from 18PR175. Bat transfer printed body sherds, vessel #6213 from 18PR175. Engine turned creamware mug with green rouletted bands- c. 1800 from a Private collection. Creamware pitcher with sprig molded designs on a marbleized variegated surface - Private collection. Top view of unglazed waster spoon bowl Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England. Side view of unglazed waster spoon bowl Collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England. Illustration from Griffin 2005:130 Shown as teaspoon or mustard spoon (Number 129) in Leeds Pottery book first published in 1783 and reprinted in 1794. Molded creamware dolphin body collected by George L. Miller in 1986 in Staffordshire, England, possibly part of candlestick similar to one shown (middle) in 1794 edition of Designs of Sundry Articles of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware. Could also be part of a tazza (right). Leeds Example p. 128 of Dolphin body candlestick. Dolphin Tazza shown on right from http://www.historicfood.com/ Unidentified hollow form with a rolled rim, 5” rim diameter collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Unidentified hollow vessel, 4.5” rim diameter. Possible butter tub (P, 182 leeds book volume I) or top pan for a veilleuse 9 see Buten Wedgwood book page 50 collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Small mold – jelly, blancmange or flummery collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Unidentified hollow vessel with strainer and spout, 8” rim diameter. Note footring at base of vessel in right photo. Dairy ware – cheese making? Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Unidentified hollow vessel with strainer and spout, 8” rim diameter. Note footring at base of vessel in right photo. Dairy ware – cheese making? Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Small ladle, 2.0” diameter. Probably for gravy or sauce. Possibly like the illustration on the right.Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Illustration from 1790 Wedgwood catalogue (Mankowitz). Possible basket stand. Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Round hollow vessel, 2.75” rim diameter. Probable sweetmeat dish, possibly similar to illustration on right. Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Illustration from Wedgwood 1790 catalogue of creamware shapes. Mankowitz : plate 6. Eye Cup, example on right shown on page 148 of Leeds book - Designs of Sundry Articles of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware (1814 edition). #216 , Collected at site of Neale & Co. and Wilson (active 1778-1816) by George Miller in 1986. Eye Cup from page 148 of Leeds book - Designs of Sundry Articles of Queen’s or Cream-Colour’d Earthenware (1814 edition). #216 Undecorated, oval dish with straight sides, 1.5” tall. Possibly a dish for potted meat. Collected by George Miller at site of Ridgway and Abington in Hanley in 1986. Creamware cup with beaded rim from 18AN39.